The final American YCS of the format took place in Atlanta this past weekend and Konami was on-hand to provide liver coverage of the event. Here's links to all the articles for you in one handy place.
Shonen Jump ALPHA (as reported previously) is a new digital version of the popular magazine that makes its debut later this year. Subscribers will be able to get promo cards delivered to their door and the first of those was announced on Pojo recently.
So it's the middle of February, which means only one thing in the land of Duel Monsters, banlist time! These 2 weeks (and again in August) are when TCG players cast their eyes across the Pacific and try to learn some Japanese in order to find out the new Forbidden & Limited Cards List before everybody else (probably so they can imagine themselves on Wall Street holding expensive cards and going "Sell! Sell! Sell!").
Well before you all go nuts, here's a few things you need to know.
(I usually keep design-related stuff strictly to my other blog, but this is an important announcement that I wanted to share here as well. Regular Yu-Gi-Oh! service will resume tomorrow ^_^)
After a lot of preparation and all sorts of other things the time has come, the store is now open!
Posted by: PJ Tierney | Monday, February 13, 2012
Towards the end of last year, Shonen Jump announced that it will soon cease production of its printed magazine, instead focusing on digital distribution with Shonen Jump Alpha. More information about how that'll affect Yu-Gi-Oh! Duelists came about recently when one of the SJ staff made a thread on Pojo.